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Digital Subscriptions > Long Live Vinyl > May 2019 - Heroes of 2 Tone > POINT BLANK BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN DUTCH - ONLY 7″ (WITH DRAWN)

POINT BLANK BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN DUTCH - ONLY 7″ (WITH DRAWN)

Pulled at the very last minute by the label, word on the street is that only nine copies of this Springsteen 45 are in existence
WAX FACTS Bruce Springsteen Point Blank Label CBS Colour Black Year 1981

Bruce Springsteen’s album, The River, was a bold affair compared to what came before. Clocking in at over 80 minutes, it featured tracks leftover from the Darkness On The Edge Of Town sessions, as well as new songs that would mark a darker turning point in Springsteen’s writing. One of the sleeper tracks from the album, at least on a commercial level, was Point Blank, which is beloved by the die-hards yet rarely gets a mention alongside the biggest hits of The Boss.

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In issue 26 of Long Live Vinyl we’ve enlisted an all-star cast to tell the inside story of 2 Tone, the label and scene that gave hope to a generation. Jerry Dammers and his former Specials bandmates join members of The Beat and The Selecter to talk us through the history of one of the great British musical movements in a series of exclusive interviews you won’t want to miss. Elsewhere this issue, we speak to Foals and Sleaford Mods about their brilliant new albums, and The Antlers reflect on the 10th anniversary reissue of their cult classic Hospice. We also revisit Pixies’ timeless second album Doolittle on its 30th birthday, meet legendary Buzzcocks designer Malcolm Garrett and visit the best record shops in South Wales. If all that’s not enough, you’ll find reviews of new releases and reissues by the likes of New Order, The Chemical Brothers, The Fall, Gang Of Four and Kevin Morby, plus the latest new turntables, amps and speakers. Enjoy the issue!